Green Hill Hotel Kobe
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... to walk through, and felt a little like a Japanese version of Epcot at Disney World – where they have very clean and slightly fake-looking versions of different countries.
There was also a big Western-style bridal industry there, and we saw some crazy over-the-top, poofy ball gowns.
Kobe Port Tower and Mosaic
A stroll down through the city, past its ostentatious China Town (street sellers ...
... at least Isabelle got a bit of sleep. Charlotte and Angela claimed that they couldn't sleep, but I think they fought sleep, and watched movies on their in-flight iPads for the entire trip. I did the same.
Breakfast was similarly awful. Pre-milked muesli and room temperature yoghurts which were puffed up to the point of detonation, due to the pressure difference inside the plane. Really the only edible portion of the breakfasts were the croissants. ...
... interested in the history of the
Pacific War, one of the other guys is also named Tom Jones. This is
planning a tour when we get to the southern islands.
lectures on many topics connected both directly and indirectly with
the places we visit on this trip. We have several presentation that
give interesting insight to China, and the special economic area of
are almost gone, the ...
... a sit down and a look at Ikukunitama shrine, which is a quiet spot amongst the bustle of the city. I dozed on a bench after lunch, then wandered the grounds briefly. Further north, The castle itself is a reconstruction from 1931. The original castle was built in 1583, destroyed by fire in 1615 and was then reconstructed 1620-29. The keep then burnt down in 1665, after a lightning strike, and most of the other buildings burnt during ...
... two Austrian couples arrived at the bar. Our friend Ichi had told them to keep an eye out for 3 crazy Aussie blokes so it was quite funny. They were really nice people so we are going to try and hook up with them again.
A late night ramen fix was on the agenda so we cruised into Ippudo and had our usual meal. Too cold to walk home so we caught our first cab in Japan ever. $10 a small price to pay to make it back to the hotel nice and ...